Perhaps not too well known in the monitor market, Cooler Master has unleashed four new gaming monitors into the market, to join their already existent monitors that may have slid below the radar before.
The new Cooler Master GM32-FQ, GM32-CQ, GM27-FQ, and the GM27-FF are all expected to begin shipping in the first quarter of 2021, and are priced at $499, $499, $549, and $349 respectively. The two 32-inch monitors in the GM32-FQ and the GM32-CQ are very similar in spec, the first is an IPS display panel at 2560×1440, and the second is a VA panel with the same resolution. The GM32-CQ is a curved monitor and is HDR400 certified.
- Cooler Master GM32-FQ — 32″ 2560×1440 165 Hz IPS
- Cooler Master GM32-CQ — 32″ 2560×1440 165 Hz VA
- Cooler Master GM27-FQ — 27″ 2560×1440 180 Hz IPS
- Cooler Master GM27-FF — 27″ 1920×1080 240 Hz VA
The Cooler Master GM32-FQ is an IPS monitor running at 2560×1440. It has a 165Hz refresh rate and offers 1ms MPRT (or 5m GtG overclocked), and supports AMD FreeSync Premium. The GM32-CQ is a curved VA display and has a 1500R curvature at 165Hz refresh rate too. It also has FreeSync Premium.
The Cooler Master GM27-FQ is a 27-inch Fast IPS display with up to 180Hz refresh rate and runs at 2560×1440 and has a 1ms GtG response time with the overdrive feature. It also has AMD FreeSync Premium. Finally, the GM27-FF is a 27-inch VA display with a 240Hz refresh rate and a 1ms GtG response time.
Each monitor fit a specific category and all of them will be available in the next month or so.